Colorways is a delightful multi-motif pattern that showcases an eye-catching design with vibrant colors and elegant shapes. The clean style of this design serves as the ideal complement to the equally bold
Hancock Platinum and
Avignon/Vendom crystal and flatware patterns. Designer John Stymeist introduced this trend-setting, two-tone work in 1986, and Lindt-Stymeist
Colorways dinnerware quickly became a popular choice for households throughout the U.S. Stymeist is a master not only of the selection of colors, but in their interplay in combination. While the Lindt-Stymeist
Colorways pattern was discontinued in 2006, it remains a favorite among collectors.
Hancock Platinum features a multisided, knobbed stem, a round foot, and platinum trim on a v-shaped bowl that flares at the top. Founded in 1889 by Walter Scott Lenox in Trenton, NJ, the “Staffordshire of America” in its time, the Lenox Ceramic Pottery Company produced art-quality pieces. By 1897 examples of Lenox’s work were displayed at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. In 1918, President and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson commissioned a set of Lenox for the White House, making it the first American china to grace a president’s table. Lenox introduced its line of hand-blown crystal in 1966.
Retroneu Silver is an 18/10 stainless steel pattern featuring a glossy finish, a plumed tip, and ribbed handle design. Retroneu Silver produced the
Avignon/Vendome pattern from 1994 to 2009. This Retroneu design is superbly made – a complement to a wide range of china and crystal. Offering unique stainless steel, silverplate, and gold electroplate flatware featuring gorgeously sculpted handles, Retroneu Silver patterns are designed to enhance both the appearance of the table setting and the enjoyment of the meal. Other popular Retroneu patterns include
Avignon/Vendome is just one example of the many exquisite
Retroneu Silver products carried by Replacements, Ltd.
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